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Procedure for factoring 1x2 + bx + c (“3rd term” procedure) (1) list all the possible factors of the 3rd term c, positive and negative (2) select that pair of factors that also add to form middle term coefficient b (3) the selected factors become the constants added to x in the two binomials example: x2-7x + 10 factors sum . 1 10 11
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8-3 Factoring x 2 + bx + c 8-4 Factoring ax 2 + bx + c Lab Use a Graph to Factor Polynomials 8B Applying Factoring Methods 8-5 Factoring Special Products 8-6 Choosing a Factoring Method KEYWORD: MA7 ChProj 540 Chapter 8 Factoring Polynomials † Factor polynomials. † Apply factoring techniques to solve problems involving area and volume.
Factoring with the “Ladder” Adapted from numerous sources, by Nancy Paulson What I call the “Ladder” model for factoring has been modeled from numerous sources. The first place I came upon this strategy was at PurpleMath.com where it was called “upside-down” division, which is a strategy that I believe stems from cultural
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Algebra II: Factoring 2 Cut the squares apart. Match equivalent expressions. You should get a new 4 X 4 square. x2+3x+2 (x-3)(x-4) 2x2+8x-10 x2-16 y 2 2) y 2